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January 17, 2022

Spring events and exhibitions

School of Visual Arts (SVA)

Helen Jee, Portraits Wall, 2021. Digital painting, 2970 x 2100 pixels. From "The Museum of Extraordinary Things."

PractThe School of Visual Arts in New York City presents its spring 2022 schedule of free virtual events and exhibitions covering art, design, photography and current events. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person exhibition attendance is currently limited to SVA students, faculty and staff. Event details and admission policies are subject to change. For the latest information, visit sva.edu and subscribe to SVA's newsletter and calendar.

Narratives, Stories, Algorithms: Rethinking Independence in Digital Times
Presented by MA Curatorial Practice
Through Friday, January 27

SVA Loves Milton
Through Saturday, February 5
SVA Gramercy Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street

Practice Lecture Series: Sara Jimenez
Presented by MFA Art Practice
Tuesday, January 18, 4pm

America Through a Chinese Lens
Presented by MFA Photography, Video and Related Media
Tuesday, January 18, 6:30pm

How Much Does It Hurt?
Presented by BFA Visual & Critical Studies
Wednesday, January 19–Monday, February 7
SVA Flatiron Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street

The Creators of the Next Documenta Speak
Presented by MA Curatorial Practice
Thursday, January 20, 12pm

i3 Photo Lecture: Rania Matar
Presented by MPS Digital Photography
Tuesday, January 25, 7pm

The Way We See Us
Presented by the SVA Black Student Union
Thursday, February 3–Monday, February 21
SVA Chelsea Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor

Visiting Artist Lecture: Chie Fueki
Presented by BFA Fine Arts
Monday, February 7, 7pm

i3 Photo Lecture: Crista Dix
Presented by MPS Digital Photography
Tuesday, February 8, 7pm

Riots and Power: A Radical Examination Through Art and Exhibitions
Presented by MA Curatorial Practice
Thursday, February 10, 12pm

Book Discussion: Nivedita Majumdar, The World in a Grain of Sand
Presented by the SVA Honors Program and BFA Visual & Critical Studies
Thursday, February 10, 6pm

Winter Drawing Marathon
Presented by SVA Continuing Education
Friday, February 11, 6–9pm

MPS Art Therapy exhibition
Tuesday, February 15–Thursday, March 3
SVA Flatiron Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street

The Museum of Extraordinary Things and The Book Show
Presented by MFA Illustration as Visual Essay
Friday, February 18–Saturday, March 12
SVA Gramercy Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street

Community Lecture Series: Intersectionality in the Arts Psychotherapies
Presented by MPS Art Therapy
Friday, February 18, 12pm

Practice Lecture Series: Beatrice Glow
Presented by MFA Art Practice
Tuesday, February 22, 4pm

i3 Photo Lecture: David Burnett
Presented by MPS Digital Photography
Tuesday, February 22, 7pm

Mentors
Presented by BFA Photography and Video
Monday, March 7–Monday, March 21
SVA Chelsea Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor

i3 Photo Lecture: Janette Beckman
Presented by MPS Digital Photography
Tuesday, March 8, 7pm

Revising Eastern Europe: Situated Practices and Authoritarian Regimes
Presented by MA Curatorial Practice
Thursday, March 10, 12pm

Community Lecture Series: Feeling and Being Felt With, Adult Version—Embracing Humility, Taming Tyrants and Introducing Daylight Between Fact and Feeling
Presented by MPS Art Therapy
Friday, March 11, 6pm

i3 Photo Lecture: Aundre Larrow
Presented by MPS Digital Photography
Tuesday, March 22, 7pm

Insurgent Practices Against Neoliberalism: Artists in a Changing NYC
Presented by the SVA Honors Program and BFA Visual & Critical Studies
Thursday, March 24, 6pm

The Politics of Food: Scarcity and Abundance, Violence and Repair
Presented by MA Curatorial Practice
Thursday, March 31, 12pm

i3 Photo Lecture: Joe Quint
Presented by MPS Digital Photography
Tuesday, April 5, 7pm

Community Lecture Series: The Mural Project—Building Restorative Relationships
Presented by MPS Art Therapy
Friday, April 8, 6pm

i3 Photo Lecture: Chris Buck
Presented by MPS Digital Photography
Tuesday, April 19, 7pm

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